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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
Protect yourself and your family. Here you’ll find facts, links and information about COVID-19. 

To get updated information about vaccine availability on Staten Island, text SIVAX to 51555.

COVID-19 Vaccine Finder

This is the latest information from the NYC Department of Health. This information is updated often. It may change without notice.

Staten Island COVID-19 Testing Sites: March 1st - March 7th

The COVID-19 diagnostic test is free. Your test results are confidential. Most results are returned in about 3-5 days.

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Find a COVID-19 Testing Site Near You

The COVID-19 diagnostic test is free. Your test results are confidential. Most results are returned in about 3-5 days.

Upcoming COVID-19 Virtual Meetings and Events

Don't Wait- Vaccinate

Wednesday, March 3rd, 6 PM

Join Bait-ul Jamaat – House of Comunity to get real and trusted advice from community leaders about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Straight Talk about COVID-19

Thursday, March 4th, 5 PM

Join Staten Island University Hospital for a virtual ZOOM meeting with important health updates for community leaders and the public.

Making it Plain: African Americans & the COVID-19 Vaccine

Brough to you by BlackDoctor.org, a health and wellness destination for people of color.

Other COVID-19 Resources and Information

A Message from RUMC

A Message from Northwell Health

Telehealth Services During COVID-19

You can still take care of your health during this time. Most doctor’s are offering telehealth services by phone or video chat. You can find telehealth services near you. This video will show you what a telehealth visit looks like.

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Local Social Determinant of Health Resources

Find local resources on Staten Island for food, housing, income, social isolation, child care, clothing, transportation, and safety. Be sure to call the organization ahead to get more information as hours and services may vary day-to-day.

Types of COVID-19 Testing

There are two types of tests available for COVID-19 that can detect whether a person had it in the past or whether they have it in the present.

Learn how antibody testing works with this graphic.